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Kids & Company is one of Canada’s fastest growing companies. We currently have over 80 child care centres from Victoria, BC to Halifax, NS and we are still growing! Kids & Company is a proudly Canadian company and our greatest priority is to ensure that we meet every child's individual needs, by providing a stimulating, secure and loving environment. We are always looking for great people to join our team!

Career Opportunities at our Child Care Centres

The staff at our child care centers includes qualified teachers with an Early Childhood Education degree or a Bachelor of Education, as well as qualified teaching assistants. Our experienced staff are experts in providing nurturing care that helps deliver a positive learning experience. 

  • Early Childhood Educator (BC) (North Vancouver)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • BC Childcare License
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Early Childhood Educator (BC) (Port Moody)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • BC Childcare License
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Registered Early Childhood Educator (ON) (Milton)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators (C.E.C.E.)
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • Infant/Child C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Registered Early Childhood Educator (ON) (London)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators (C.E.C.E.)
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • Infant/Child C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Registered Early Childhood Educator (ON) (Burlington Children’s Centre)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators (C.E.C.E.)
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • Infant/Child C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Registered Early Childhood Educator (ON) (Burloak)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators (C.E.C.E.)
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • Infant/Child C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Registered Early Childhood Educator (ON) (Oakville Cornwall)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators (C.E.C.E.)
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • Infant/Child C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Registered Early Childhood Educator (ON) (Oakville Dundas)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators (C.E.C.E.)
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • Infant/Child C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Registered Early Childhood Educator (ON) (Oakville Ford)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators (C.E.C.E.)
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • Infant/Child C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Registered Early Childhood Educator (ON) (Aurora)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators (C.E.C.E.)
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • Infant/Child C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Early Childhood Educator (NS) (Hammond Plains)
    • Job Summary

      JOB SUMMARY

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • ECE Level 1, 2 or 3
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Early Childhood Educator (NS) (Dartmouth)
    • Job Summary

      JOB SUMMARY

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • ECE Level 1, 2 or 3
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Early Childhood Assistant (Dartmouth)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall care and supervision of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

      • Assists in all areas of implementation of enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Assists children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Works with the team in the classroom to provide excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside/walking and playground activities;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Assists in tasks to prepare and maintain the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Assists with all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in other room or at another location;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      JOB SPECIFICATIONS

      • Infant/Child C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Early Childhood Educator (BC) (Vancouver)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • BC Childcare License
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Early Childhood Assistant (Part Time) (Kids World)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall care and supervision of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

      • Assists in all areas of implementation of enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Assists children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Works with the team in the classroom to provide excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside/walking and playground activities;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Assists in tasks to prepare and maintain the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Assists with all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in other room or at another location;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      JOB SPECIFICATIONS

      • Infant/Child C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      This is a part-time position.

      Apply Now

  • Early Childhood Educator - Part Time (BC) (Langley)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • BC Childcare License
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      This is a part-time position.

      Apply Now

  • Early Childhood Educator - Part Time (BC) (Kamloops)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • BC Childcare License
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      This is a Part-Time position.

      Apply Now

  • Early Childhood Educator (BC) (Kamloops)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • BC Childcare License
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

  • Early Childhood Educator (BC) (Langford)
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director, acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall management of day to day supervision and operations of a child age group through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide quality primary and backup childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parent’s place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES

      • Plans and implements enriched programs in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy;
      • Leads children in activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, demonstrating the use of simple musical instruments, preparing craft materials and demonstrating their use and providing opportunities for creative expression;
      • Takes a leadership role in the classroom and provides excellent supervision and interaction with children at all times including in all classroom, sleeproom, outside and playground activities;
      • Observes children in their surroundings and assesses individual and group needs;
      • Promotes open communication and works cooperatively and effectively as a team member and communicates and contributes information on a continuous basis;
      • Provides training and acts as a role model for students, supply and new team members;
      • Meets emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child in the classroom;
      • Follows all centre policies as outlined in the Staff Policy Manual including Behaviour Management, Serious Occurrence, Anaphylactic, Technology Use, Fire Drills, Workplace Harassment and Violence and Health and Safety practices;
      • Prepares and maintains the indoor and outdoor play areas for children’s use, including checking toys and equipment to ensure safe functioning and performing various housekeeping and sanitizing duties as required;
      • Participates in lunch, diapering, bathroom and toilet training duties and promotes healthy and independent practices;
      • Ensures any special dietary requirements are met;
      • If designated, administers medication as authorized by a physician and maintain appropriate records;
      • Maintains open, positive, friendly and cooperative relationships with each child’s family;
      • Accurately performs all administrative tasks including entries for the classroom log book, centre communication log book and required emergency and incident reporting in a timely manner;
      • Maintains confidentiality;
      • Attends monthly staff meetings;
      • Attends staff development workshops;
      • Adheres to dress code;
      • If designated, takes call and messages in a polite, helpful manner;
      • At times you may be asked to assist in another room or at another location;
      • Participates in team/room meetings;
      • Coordinates activities with other childhood educators and early childhood educator assistants and supply workers;
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • BC Childcare License
      • Possesses a Degree in Bachelor of Education or an Early Childhood Education Diploma from a recognized College or equivalency
      • C.P.R. and First Aid updated yearly
      • Knowledge of Child Care programs
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client and children’s needs
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Ability to safeguard confidential information
      • The incumbent must be capable of lifting and/or pushing up to 45 pounds

      Apply Now

Career Opportunities at our Head Office, Kitchens or Other Locations (Support Staff)

Not all of our employees work at our child care centers. Many of our staff members work to support our centers from our Head Office in Richmond Hill, ON or throughout various geographical locations across Canada and in the U.S. Our support staff consists of talented professionals from a variety of fields including Accounting, Administrative, Culinary, Human Resources, Marketing, Sales and more! Interested in becoming a member of our support staff?

  • Kitchen Assistant (Kitchen Helper (Kanata, ON))
    • Job Summary

      Reporting to the Center Director acts as an integral member of the Kids & Company team to assist in the overall day to day operations of all food preparation and cooking at the child care facility, through the conscientious application of Kids & Company standards to achieve our mission statement: to provide the highest quality primary and back up childcare services conveniently located near our children’s parents place of work. We aim to assist corporations in creating a healthy work/life balance.

      JOB DUTIES
      • Maintains clean and sanitary kitchen and storage facilities;
      • Responsible for packing the food when applicable;
      • Complies with all health and hygiene requirements under all food safety legislation;
      • Assist in kitchen operations including scheduled cleaning and sanitizing of appliances, counters, cupboards and drawers;
      • Floors are swept and mopped after every meal;
      • Duties and responsibilities may change from time to time based on the needs of the child care center;
      • Performs other related assignments as required.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Current Food Handling Certificate
      • Experience in a daycare environment would be an asset
      • Pre-security clearance is performed prior to employment.
      • Ability to work in a cooperative manner with other staff
      • High standard of professionalism
      • Enthusiasm for serving public ensuring that all children and clients are cared for equally and in accordance with Kids & Company standards
      • Excellent communication skills with the ability to listen and respond appropriately to client, children and staff needs as well as communicate with tact and diplomacy
      • High energy level with a strong work ethic
      • Excellent organization skills to prioritize workload in order to achieve results in a constantly changing environment
      • Must have culinary skills and be able to use and operate common kitchen machines.
      • Able to work safely around stoves and chemicals while having the endurance to spend many hours standing, walking and lifting heavy objects

      Learn More

Why work at Kids & Company?

Award Winning

Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Deloitte`s 50 Best Managed Companies, RBC Momentum Award and many more!

Canada’s Fastest Growing Company – currently over 80 centres across the country

Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec and the U.S.

Ability to Transfer Locations

We post all of our position vacancies internally before we ever look at external candidates

Opportunities for Advancement

Unlike other companies where you have to wait for people to retire, Kids & Company is always growing and we have new positions becoming available all the time!

Comprehensive Benefits Program

Medical, Dental, Extended Health and Long Term Disability

Kids & Company Proprietary Programs

Alpha-Mania, Mini Masters, Munchkinetics

Kidco Kitchen

We cook and serve our own nutritious food out of regional kitchens

Hiring Process

  1. Submit your resume to careers@kidsandcompany.com or apply online for a position listed above by clicking the Apply Now button in the job description.

  2. Qualified candidates for whom we may have a position available may be sent an email screening. The email screening asks 15 questions about your qualifications, experience and what kind of position you are looking for. The email screening should be completed and sent back within 48 hours.

  3. If you are selected to move forward, you will be contacted about scheduling an in-person interview at one of our locations. During this interview, you may be asked to spend some time in the classroom, create a program plan and answer “scenario” questions.

  4. Once the interview is complete, we will require 2 or more professional references.

  5. If you are offered a position, you will be provided with an offer letter and a list of hiring requirements that must be completed prior to starting. This list varies depending on your region. It may include; a police clearance, a medical check and CPR/First Aid certification.

Open Interviews at our Child Care Centres

(For positions at our child care centres only)


Each child care centre holds an open interview time for our child care positions. If you are interested in working at Kids & Company, please feel free to drop in to the location of your choice at the following times:

Please note that all hiring decisions are made through our centralized Human Resources department, so you only need to attend an interview at one location.
  • Alberta
    • Airdrie

      Airdrie

      800 Yankee Valley Blvd S.W.

      P: 403.980.7717

      airdrie@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


    • Calgary

      Bow Trail

      4033 Bow Trail S.W.

      P: 403.463.7332

      calgarybowtrail@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      10:00 am - 11:00 am


      Eau Claire

      101 Barclay Parade S.W.

      P: 403.266.6691

      eauclaire@kidsandcompany.com

      Wednesday

      1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


      Sunridge

      2770 32nd Avenue N.E.

      P: 403.291.4941

      sunridge@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


      Livingston

      250 2nd Street S.W.

      P: 403.264.6003

      calgarylivingston@kidsandcompany.com

      Wednesday

      1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


      Midlake

      15425 Bannister Road S.E.

      P: 403.294.9429

      midlake@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


      Millrise

      14911 5th Street S.W.

      P: 403.201.2111

      millrise@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      10:00 am - 11:00 am


      Smart Tech

      3636 Research Road N.W.

      P: 403.284.4920

      smarttech@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      10:00 am - 11:00 am


      Beltline

      333 11th Ave S.W.

      P: (587) 352-1762

      calgarybeltline@kidsandcompany.com

      Wednesday

      11:00 am - 12:00 pm


      Aviation Crossing

      465 Aviation Road N.E.

      P: 587.619.0720

      calgaryaviationcrossing@kidsandcompany.com

      Tuesday

      10:00 am - 12:00 am


    • Cochrane

      Cochrane

      101 Sunset Drive

      P: 403.981.1242

      cochrane@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday 

      10:00 am - 12:00 pm


    • Edmonton

      Edmonton

      10304 108th Street Northwest

      P: 780.757.1311

      edmonton@kidsandcompany.com

      Friday

      12:30 pm - 2:30 pm


      Ellerslie

      1006 103A Street S.W.

      P: 780.434.1005

      ellerslie@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday 

      1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


    • Okotoks

      Okotoks

      239 Westland Street

      P: 403.982.8003

      okotoks@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday 

      1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


    • Red Deer

      Red Deer

      8 Conway Street

      P: 403.986.2234

      reddeer@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday 

      10:00 am - 12:00 pm


  • British Columbia
    • Kamloops

      Kamloops

      1801 Princeton Highway

      P: 778.471.3200

      kamloops@kidsandcompany.com

      Tuesday

      9:00 am - 11:00 am


    • Langley

      Kids World

      6942-202 B Street

      P: 604.539.0033

      kidsworld@kidsandcompany.com

      Tuesday

      11:00 am - 1:00 pm


      Langley

      8506 200th Street

      P: 604.371.3134

      langley@kidsandcompany.com

      Friday

      9:00 am - 11:00 am


    • New Westminster

      New Westminster

      281 Nelson's Court

      P: 604.553.0593

      newwestminster@kidsandcompany.com

      Tuesday

      10:00 am - 11:00 am


    • North Vancouver

      North Vancouver

      1035 Marine Drive

      P: 604.770.0909

      northvan@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      9:00 am - 11:00 am


    • Richmond

      Richmond

      3851 Shell Road

      P: 604.244.0009

      richmond@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      9:00 am - 11:00 am


    • Surrey

      Morgan Crossing

      15715 Croydon Drive

      P: 778.294.2262

      morgancrossingsouthsurrey@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      2:30 pm - 3:30 pm


      Surrey Professional Centre

      13737 96th Avenue

      P: 778.293.1004

      surreyprofessionalcentre@kidsandcompany.com

      Tuesday

      10:00 am - 11:00 am


      King George

      9900 King George Blvd

      P: 778.293.1772

      kinggeorgesurrey@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      9:00 am - 11:00 am


    • Vancouver

      Vancouver West

      910 West 6th Avenue

      P: 604.742.0552

      vancouverwest6@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      1:30 pm - 2:30 pm


    • Victoria

      Langford

      965 Langford Parkway

      P: 778.433.7238

      langford@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      9:00 am - 11:00 am


      Victoria

      3500 Uptown Boulevard

      P: 250.381.2212

      victoriabc@kidsandcompany.com

      Friday

      9:00 am - 11:00 am


  • Manitoba
    • Winnipeg

      Winnipeg

      158 Fort Street

      P: 204.504.4289

      winnipeg@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


  • Nova Scotia
    • Bedford

      Bedford

      65 Dellridge Lane

      P: 902.832.7902

      bedford@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


    • Dartmouth

      Dartmouth

      639 Portland Hills Drive

      P: 902.407.8802

      dartmouth@kidsandcompany.com

      Tuesday

      1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


    • Halifax

      Halifax

      3260 Barrington Street

      P: 902.455.5236

      halifax@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      10:00 am - 12:00 pm


    • Hammonds Plains

      Hammonds Plains

      1376 Hammonds Plains Road

      P: 902-405-5437

      hammondsplains@kidsandcompany.com

      Wednesday

      1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


  • Ontario
    • Aurora

      Aurora

      236 Wellington Street E.

      P: 905.751.1531

      aurora@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      2:30 pm - 3:30 pm


    • Barrie

      Barrie

      565 Bryne Drive N.

      P: 705.739.4664

      barrie@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


    • Burlington

      Burlington Children’s Centre

      1600 Kerns Road

      P: 905.332.3971

      bcc@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      9:00 am - 11:00 am


      Burloak

      1100 Burloak Drive

      P: 905.331.2300

      burloak@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      12:30 pm - 1:30 pm


    • Etobicoke

      Islington

      104 Advance Road

      P: 416.236.2863

      islington@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      11:00 am - 12:00 pm


      Etobicoke

      3250 Bloor Street W.

      P: 416.237.0404

      etobicoke@kidsandcompany.com

      Friday

      10:00 am - 11:00 am


    • Hamilton

      Hamilton

      701 Main Street W.

      P: 905.522.1000

      hamilton@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      9:30 am - 10:30 am


    • Kingston

      Kingston

      126 Wellington Street

      P: 613.542.2555

      kingston@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


    • London

      London Richmond

      1480 Richmond Street N.

      P: 519.432.5260

      londonrichmond@kidsandcompany.com

      Wednesday

      10:00 am - 11:00 am


    • Milton

      Milton

      433 Steeles Avenue E.

      P: 905.878.6514

      milton@kidsandcompany.com

      Tuesday

      12:30 pm - 2:30 pm


    • Mississauga

      Mississauga Gateway Centre

      85 Prologis Blvd.

      P:

      mississaugagatewaycentre@kidsandcompany.com

      Thursday

      2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


    • Niagara Falls

      Niagara Queen

      4342 Queen Street

      P: 905.353.1522

      niagaraqueen@kidsandcompany.com

      Tuesday

      10:00 am - 11:00 am


    • Oakville

      Oakville Ford

      1 The Canadian Road

      P: 905.849.5765

      ford@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


      Oakville Dundas

      370 Dundas Street E.

      P: 289.725.8034

      oakvilledundas@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      9:00 am - 11:00 am


    • Ottawa

      Kanata

      11 Hines Road

      P: 613.254.9782

      kanata@kidsandcompany.com

      Tuesday

      1:30 pm - 2:30 pm


      Ottawa Albert

      360 Albert Street

      P: 613.237.2658

      ottawaalbert@kidsandcompany.com

      Thursday

      2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


      Eagleson

      110 Michael Cowpland Drive

      P: 613.592.2800

      eagleson@kidsandcompany.com

      Wednesday

      10:30 am - 11:30 am


      Ottawa Westboro

      317 McRae Avenue

      P: 613.798.5437

      ottawawestboro@kidsandcompany.com

      Wednesday

      9:00 am - 11:00 am


    • Toronto

      Bloor Christie

      703 Bloor Street W.

      P: 647.345.5702

      bloorchristie@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      11:00 am - 12:00 pm


      Bloor

      160 Bloor Street E.

      P: 416.924.5437

      bloor@kidsandcompany.com

      Thursday

      11:00 am - 12:00 pm


      Consumers

      251 Consumers Road

      P: 416.493.2045

      consumers@kidsandcompany.com

      Friday

      12:30 pm - 1:30 pm


      Finch

      5650 Yonge Street

      P: 416.222.0905

      finch@kidsandcompany.com

      Thursday

      1:30 pm - 2:30 pm


      Front

      320 Front Street W.

      P: 416.345.1543

      front@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      10:30 am - 11:30 am


      Wellington

      95 Wellington Street W.

      P: 416.863.6868

      wellington@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


      Scotia Plaza

      104 Yonge Street

      P: 416.603.2992

      scotiaplaza@kidsandcompany.com

      Friday 

      12:00 pm - 2:00 pm


    • Waterloo

      Tech Town

      340 Hagey Boulevard

      P: 519.885.4877

      techtown@kidsandcompany.com

      Monday

      1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


    • Whitby

      Whitby

      142 Byron St. North

      P: 905.430.0818

      Thursday 

      10:00 am - 12:00 pm


  • Quebec